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These 2 guys are not related. Just look very similar.
And they both have Attitude.
Bouncer is a Housecat. A purebred Siberian 11 years old
Otis is a 5? yr old Outdoor stray Cat that the Coyotes have not caught yet.




 

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Bouncer is definitely enjoying his rank w house priviledges.
Otis looks about as concerned as a cat can get.....not very.
Thanks for the pics, JR. Very appreciated.

I wish my last Tom had buzz cuts like yours.......he really doesn't like the brush and it's all I can do to stay ahead of the matting. If I could just put him in la la land for a half hour,
I might could get ahead of it.
 

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Cool pictures! The first Cat that we ever had is 13 now. She is a house cat, never been outside and don't want to be outside. She's mostly Siamese with big blue eyes. She's slowing down some now. I pick her up when she wants to sit in my Wife's lap and pretty much wait on Her hand and foot.
 

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Oh, and they live a mile apart..
They have met but didn't hit it off very well.
During this cold weather Otis stays in his own house at night and uses a litter box just like he is a real House Cat.
It took me 2 years to tame him somewhat. ..Skruske has met both of them and survived without bloodletting I think..
 

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The bloodletting has slacked off a bit...been letting the brushing slide a little.
 

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Here's my daughters cat...they found him in the driveway almost dead and had to be bottle fed....no idea where it came from. I think he's retarded....and has cost a lot of money. He used to sleep on the banister of the stairs and just fall right off and not wake up til he hit the floor.:rolleyes: He has on a couple occasions just about pulled all of his fur out....anxiety and separation issues the vet says.:rolleyes:
He like to bite feet for some reason and will almost kill himself to get around you just to stop or walk slowly right in your damn way.:mad: I just boot his ass along as I go. No idea what that is about but it's annoying as hell! The dog doesn't like him and is scared of him because he's an asshole and attacks the dog everytime they meet.
For some reason my daughter named him Grim....and he's an overweight fatass and this is how he lays most of the time.
 

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Sounds bad

Here's my daughters cat...they found him in the driveway almost dead and had to be bottle fed....no idea where it came from. I think he's retarded....and has cost a lot of money. He used to sleep on the banister of the stairs and just fall right off and not wake up til he hit the floor.:rolleyes: He has on a couple occasions just about pulled all of his fur out....anxiety and separation issues the vet says.:rolleyes:
He like to bite feet for some reason and will almost kill himself to get around you just to stop or walk slowly right in your damn way.:mad: I just boot his ass along as I go. No idea what that is about but it's annoying as hell! The dog doesn't like him and is scared of him because he's an asshole and attacks the dog everytime they meet.
For some reason my daughter named him Grim....and he's an overweight fatass and this is how he lays most of the time.

He sounds like a normal cat to me! No actually some CATS have problems like some us people have problems. I don't have any problems with Bouncer or he would be outside CAT.
Real Quick.
Otis who lives in Coyote Central is on borrowed time....He can't have many lives left.
 

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Keep your snares set JR....hate to see a good cat become 'yote scat.
 
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